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Number of Books: 24
ADDRESSING HIV/AIDS THROUGH AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCE SECTORS: A GUIDE FOR EXTENSION WORKERS        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Non-formal education              
FAO -
FAO, ROME, 2004, pages 80
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English
This guide targets extension workers and development agent in order to enable them to contribute to address the rural epidemic through agriculture and natural resource sector initiatives. It provides basic facts about the disease, sources of risk of HIV infection and vulnerability in the context of rural communities, participatory tools. This publication also proposes actions to mobilise and strengthen these initiatives
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Related links
SEAGA publications
http://www.fao.org/sd/seaga/main4_en.htm
SEAGA Web site
http://www.fao.org/sd/seaga/index_en.htm



Contact: Ilaria Sisto
Gender and Development Service (SDWW)
Gender and Population Division (SDW)
FAO
Rome,Italy
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153
Ilaria.Sisto@fao.org

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ALL TOGETHER NOW! COMMUNITY MOBILISATION FOR HIV/AIDS        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Non-formal education              
INTERNATIONAL HIV/AIDS ALLIANCE -
INTERNATIONAL HIV/AIDS ALLIANCE, UNITED KINGDOM, 2006, pages 131
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English
"All Together Now!" is a toolkit on how to mobilize communities for HIV/AIDS prevention, care, support, treatment, and impact mitigation. The toolkit takes communities through a process of starting together; assessing and planning together; acting together; monitoring, evaluating and reflecting together; and scaling up together.
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Related links
International HIV/AIDS Alliance
http://www.aidsalliance.org



Contact: International HIV/AIDS Alliance
INTERNATIONAL HIV/AIDS ALLIANCE
Brighton,United Kingdom
Queensberry House 104-106 Queens Road,
+44 1273 718 900
publication@aidsalliance.org

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COMMUNITY NUTRITION CD-ROM        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Teachers' training      Non-formal education         
TALC -
TALC, 2006
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English
Community Nutrition is a new CD-ROM containing nutrition materials for health care workers in resource-poor areas. The CD-ROM was produced by TALC with financial support from UNICEF and other donors. The disk contains hundreds of nutrition-related resources contributed by a variety of organisations involved with nutrition in developing countries.
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Related links
Talk - Teaching-aids At Low Cost
http://www.talcuk.org/



Contact: Claire Thrower
Talk Administration
TALC
St Albans ,UK
Herts AL1 57X
44 (0) 1727 853869
info@talcuk.org

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FACING THE CHALLENGE OF AN HIV/AIDS EPIDEMIC: AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICES IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Secondary and vocational education              
QAMAR KALIM
ROME, 2003, pages 35
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English
This handbook targets public and private extension institutions in order to expand their scope of work beyond transfer of agricultural technology and consider integrating environment, population, and HIV/AIDS education into ongoing agricultural extension programs, with a view to the sustainable livelihood of rural people. This manual tackles with the urgent need to prepare extension services in order to battle against the epidemic, to educate the farming population about the disease, and to develop new strategies, methodologies, materials, technology and equipment to serve the extension needs of thousands of new entrants in farming.
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Related links
Sustainable Development Department
http://www.fao.org/



Contact: Magdalena Blum
Research and Extension Division
FAO
Rome,Italy
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153
magadalena.blum@fao.org

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FARMERS' LIFE SCHOOL        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Non-formal education              
FAO -
FAO, ROME, 2004, pages 40
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English
This is a tool for facilitators of the Farmers' Life School who have graduated from a Farmers' Field School and a Farmers' Life School, adult educators or NGOs and community-based organizations with experience in participatory learning and people interested in introducing the Farmers' Life School course into their own programmes. The Farmers' Life School can be used in either community-based programmes or it can be adapted for formal educational settings. The HIV/AIDS pandemic threatens to destroy the fabric of our society. Rural farming communities are particularly threatened and household security is at stake. This manual documents the empowerment process, through which farmers decide for themselves how to build their resilience, including resistance to HIV/AIDS risks. This training manual is the outcome of the Farmers' Life School project, which was originally field tested in Cambodia and has generated considerable international interest.
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Related links
Responding to the orphan crisis (video)
http://www.fao.org/hivaids/



Related articles
Responding to the orphan crisis
http://www.fao.org/newsroom/en/index.html

Contact: Carol Djeddah
Gender Equity and Rural Emplyment Division
FAO
Rome,Italy
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153
Carol.djeddah@fao.org

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GETTING STARTED! RUNNING A JUNIOR FARMER FIELD AND LIFE SCHOOL        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS     Education and Training Planning Tools         
levels and types of education: Teachers' training      Higher education, Life long learning, Tertiary education         
FAO WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME
FAO, ROME, 2007
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English
French
This book is an useful tool for planners and educators working in rural development and illustrates how to conceive a Junior Farmer Field and Life Schools (JFFLS) in African countries. These JFFLS are designed to empower orphans and other vulnerable children aged 12 to 18 years who live in communities where HIV/AIDS has had a strong impact on food security. A JFFLS imparts agricultural knowledge and life skills to increase these children’s selfesteem and livelihood prospectst. The subjects of the book are agricultural practices for field preparation, sowing and transplanting, weeding, irrigation, pest control, use and conservation of available resources, use and processing of food crops.
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Contact: _
Gender, Equity and Rural Employment
FAO
Rome,Italy
Viale delel Terme di Caracalla 00153
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HIV/AIDS PREVENTION EDUCATION        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Teachers' training               
HILDYARD STEPHEN
UNICEF, BEIJING, 2001, pages 117
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English
This guide is intended as a life skills education manual for teachers of junior and high school, with the aim of developing long-term, continuous educational activities in secondary schools. The manual contains activities and compiles training materials on AIDS prevention from China and abroad.
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Related links
UNICEF HIV/AIDS
http://www.fao.org/hivaids/index_en.htm
UNICEF publications
http://www.unicef.org/publications/index_pubs_hivaids.html



Related articles
Young People and HIV/AIDS
http://www.unicef.org/publications/files/Young_People_and_HIV_AIDS.pdf

Contact: Jinglin He
Basic Education
UNICEF
Beijing,China
12 Sanlitun Lu, 100600
beijing@unicef.org

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HIV/AIDS RESOURCE GUIDE FOR EXTENSION WORKERS        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Non-formal education              
FAO -
NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL ADVISORY SERVICE (NAADS) AND FAO INTEGRATED PROGRAMME , ROME, 2004, pages 54
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English
This guide targets community extension workers and rural households involved in farming, fishing and livestock to better understand what impact the HIV/AIDS epidemic has on the agricultural sector and rural livelihoods. It provides suggestions to increases the uptake of appropriate responses to the epidemic by the agricultural sector.
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Related links
HIV/AIDS and Food Security web site
http://www.fao.org/hivaids/index_en.htm



Related articles
HIV/AIDS, food security and rural livelihoods
http://www.fao.org/worldfoodsummit/english/fsheets/aids.pdf

Contact: David Kantaale Kazungu
NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL ADVISORY SERVICE
Kampala,Uganda
Plot 39A Lumumba avenue, P.O.Box 25235
+256-41-345440
info@naads.or.ug

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HIV/AIDS. LIFE SKILLS PROGRAMME FOR SOUTHERN SUDAN        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Primary education     Non-formal education     Teachers' training     
ISAAC AGUM
DATIRO GRACE
SAMSON
UNICEF , NEW YORK, 2003, pages 72
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English
This booklet is for mentors about Life Skills-Based Education materials that are used in emergency situations, especially for children and young people who are vulnerable to sexual abuse and rape. While the materials are intended for an audience, ages 10 and up in Southern Sudan, the core content of the material is universally applicable and the materials can be adapted to a particular situation.
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Related links
UNICEF HIV/AIDS website
http://www.fao.org/hivaids/index_en.htm
UNICEF publications
http://www.unicef.org/publications/index_pubs_hivaids.html



Related articles
Young People and HIV/AIDS
http://www.unicef.org/publications/files/Young_People_and_HIV_AIDS.pdf

Contact: Agum Isaac
Life Skills
Basic education
UNICEF
New York,USA
3 United nations Plaza, 10017
aisaac@unicef.org

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IMPROVING AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES EDUCATION IN AFRICA. A STITCH IN TIME...        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS     Gender         
levels and types of education: Higher education, Life long learning, Tertiary education     Higher education, Life long learning, Tertiary education     Higher education, Life long learning, Tertiary education    
TEMU AUGUST
MWANJE INONDA
MOGOTSI KEBADIRE
FAO; ANAFE; SIDA, NAIROBI, 2003, pages 36
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English
This booklet targets policymakers, educators, researchers and investors in agriculture and natural resources in Africa. The aim of the publication is to give information about farming systems, enterprise education focusing on youth and women, biotechnology, agricultural policies and effects of HIV/AIDS on people.
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Related links
WORLD AGROFORESTRY CENTRE
http://www.worldagroforestrycentre.org/



Contact: Dennis Garrity
WORLD AGROFORESTRY CENTRE (ICRAF)
Nairobi,Kenya
United Nations Avenue, P.O. Box 30677-00100 Nairobi, Kenya
icraf@cgiar.org

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LABOUR SAVING TECHNOLOGIES AND PRACTICES FOR FARMING AND HOUSEHOLD ACTIVITIES IN EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Non-formal education              
BISHOP- SAMBROOK CLARE
FAO / IFAD, 2003, pages 62
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English
This working paper targets stakeholders and policy makers working in agricultural and rural development. It was conducted in two districts of Western Kenya. The document illustrates the difficulties of rural livelihoods affected with HIV/AIDS and identifies labour saving technologies and practices to help rural communities to overcoming the labour/power shortages' problems connected with HIV/AIDS pandemic.
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Related articles
Labour Saving Technologies
http://www.fao.org/sd/teca/tools/lst/index_en.html
Mitigate the Impact of HIV/AIDS by labour saving technologies
http://www.act.org.zw/docs/Info%20HIVAIDS%2009_print.pdf

Contact: Rural Infrastructure and Agro-Industries Division
FAO
Rome,Italy
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153
AGS-registry@fao.org
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LIVESTOCK GUIDE. PLANNING WITH A GENDER AND HIV/AIDS LENS        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS     Gender         
levels and types of education: Secondary and vocational education              
HILL CATHERINE
LENEMAN MARJAN
FAO, 2005, pages 87
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English
French
Spanish
Arabic
This guide targets those who work on livestock-related programmes and projects; it focuses on the collection and use of quantitative and qualitative socio-economic and gender sex disaggregated data. The document analyse also the impact of HIV/AIDS on livestock production and on women and young girls, in the attempt to constraint the negative consequences on food security and agriculture. It also provides participatory tools for field-based users in livestock-related projects and programmes.
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Related links
SEAGA
http://www.fao.org/sd/seaga



Related articles
HIV/AIDS, Food Security and Rural Livelihoods: Understanding and Responding
http://www.ems-sema.org/uploads/user-S/10530987100WP_2_Understanding_&_Responding.doc
Firewood, food and medicine: interactions between forests, vulnerability and rural responses to HIV/AIDS
http://www.ifpri.org/events/conferences/2005/Durban/papers/baranyWP.pdf

Contact: Gender, Equity and rural Employment Division
FAO
Rome,Italy
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153

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LIVING WELL WITH HIV/AIDS        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Secondary and vocational education              
WHO AND FAO
FAO, ROME, 2002, pages 103
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English
French
Spanish
This manual targets home care agents and local service providers by providing them with practical recommendations for a healthy and well balanced diet for people living with HIV/AIDS. This publication deals with common complications that people living with HIV/AIDS are experiencing at different stages of infection and helps provide local solutions that emphasize using local food resources and home-based care and support. Meeting immediate food, nutrition and other basic needs is essential if HIV/AIDS-affected households are to live with dignity and security.
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Related links
Food and Nutrition website
http://www.fao.org/hivaids/index_en.htm
FAO Agriculture Department
http://www.fao.org/ag/agn/index_en.stm



Related articles
Feeding hope: nutrition plays key role in HIV/AIDS care
http://www.fao.org/newsroom/en/index.html
Food is the first medicine for AIDS
http://www.fao.org/newsroom/en/index.html
FAO, Geneva/Rome, 25 February 2003
http://www.fao.org/english/newsroom/news/2003/13560-en.html

Contact: William Clay
Nutrition Programmes Service
Nutrition and Consumer Protection Division
FAO
Rome,Italy
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153
william.clay@fao.org

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MEASURING THE IMPACTS OF HIV/AIDS ON RURAL LIVELIHOODS AND FOOD SECURITY        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Teachers' training               
STOKES C. SHANNON
FAO, ROME, 2002, pages 40
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English
This paper addresses HIV/AIDS specialists. The puropose is to examine the impact of HIV/AIDS on rural livelihoods asset and to identify possible indicators of their impacts that are relevant to household foodsecurity. A related objective is to identify potential measures for evaluating the impacts of mitigation strategies in the agricultural sector on HIV/AIDS induced food insecurity.
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Related links
HIV/AIDS and Food Security
http://www.fao.org/hivaids/



Contact: Djeddah Carol
Gender, Equity and Rural Employment Division
FAO
Rome,Italy
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153
carol.djeddah@fao.org

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MEETING THE HIV/AIDS CHALLENGE TO FOOD SECURITY. THE ROLE OF LABOUR SAVING TECHNOLOGIES IN FARM- HOUSEHOLDS        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Non-formal education              
DU GUERNY JAQUES
FAO AND UNDP, 2002, pages 26
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English
This document targets farm-households by providing them with suggestions to face the consequences and challenges of HIV/AIDS on the farming system they live in. It focuses on the labour saving technologies (LSTs) that are a variety of methods and inputs used in farm production, since they can reduce and prevent the effects of HIV/AIDS on the agricultural production and food security. This paper addresses HIV/AIDS specialists.
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Related links
HIV/AIDS and Food Security
http://www.fao.org/hivaids/



Related articles
HIV/AIDS, AGRICULTURE AND FOOD SECURITY IN MALAWI
http://www.sahims.net/doclibrary/Sahims_Documents/HIVAIDS,%20agriculture%20and%20food%20security%20in%20Malawi.pdf
HIV/AIDS and agriculture
http://www.fao.org/hivaids/publications/farming_en.htm

Contact: Marcela Villarreal
Gender, Equity and Rural Employment
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Gender, Equity and Rural Employment Division
FAO
Rome,Italy
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153
marcela.villarreal@fao.org

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NANGI        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Non-formal education              
UNESCO -
UNESCO, PARIS, 2002, pages 20
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English
French
This booklet targets adolecent girls explaining to them how it could be dangerous to be infected by HIV/AIDS. It explains how their ambitions and hopes could be ruined and compromised by the ignorance about HIV.
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Contact: Mbanga, Rose
Literacy and Non-formal Education
Basic Education
UNESCO
Paris,France
7, Place de Fontenoy 75352
+33 1 45 68 09 90
r.mbanga@unesco.org
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NUTRITIONAL CARE AND SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS: A TRAINING COURSE        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Teachers' training               
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO) _
FAO
WHO, GENEVA, 2009
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English
Good nutrition is a fundamental part of caring for people living with HIV/AIDS. Good nutrition translated into a balanced diet is a positive way to respond to this illness, and it helps people live better, longer and more comfortable lives. This short course, which takes into account recent findings, aims to provide caregivers with practical knowledge about nutrition care and support for people living with HIV/AIDS. The course also seeks to sharpen caregivers communications skills to enable them to provide appropriate guidance in choosing the right foods, and in preparing them appetizingly and safely for people who are ill or with poor appetite. The course consists of a package of fifteen sessions that take about 12 to 15 hours to complete using a variety of classic teaching methods, including lectures, demonstrations, role-play and exercises. In addition to sessions on basic nutrition and communication skills, topics include feeding the child living with HIV, the role of medicines and myths in nutritional care, and discussion on how to increase access to food.
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Related links
World Health Organization
www.who.int/nutrition



Contact: WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
Geneva,Switzerland
1211 Geneva 27
nutrition@who.int

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OUR FUTURE IS IN YOUR HANDS. WILDLIFE CLUBS OF GHANA LEADER        
subjects:  Trees and Forests     Water     HIV/AIDS    
levels and types of education: Higher education, Life long learning, Tertiary education              
SEEBACH MATTHEW
2002
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English
This guide is based on the experience of the Wildlife Clubs of Gahana and targets teachers and leaders of Wildlife Clubs who work to solve the environment global problems. It aims at helping them to promote by young people the desire to conserve the environment, habitats and species threatened by human actions. This book provides all the information on how to start a club in order to save the environment.
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Related links
Forestry Department
http://www.fao.org/forestry/site/intranet/en/



Contact: FAO
Rome,Italy
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153

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REACHING THE HEARTHS AND MINDS        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS     Education and Training Planning Tools         
levels and types of education: Non-formal education              
QAMAR KALIM
WAHBA AHMED G.
FAO, ROME, 2006
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English
This interesting piece of development literature serves as technical guidance for agricultural extension services in many countries. This illustrated book written in the rural Egyptian context depicts how extension workers in Egypt have educated farmers in the fields of population growth and environmental pollution in rural areas. It represents the first attempt in presenting the story of a project in a fiction style, which is obviously far more reader friendly than a conventional technical report.
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Contact: Preissing John
NRRR
FAO
Rome,Italy
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla 00153
John.Preissing@fao.org
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SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURAL/RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND VULNERABILITY TO THE AIDS EPIDEMICS        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Secondary and vocational education     Non-formal education         
TOPOUZIS DAPHNE
DU GUERNY JAQUES
FAO AND UNAIDS, GENEVA, 1999, pages 117
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English
This publication targets households and community, the public sector, health care, education and welfare sector and the business sector. It focuses on agricultural and rural development projects and programmes which can contribute to reducing the spread of HIV/AIDS in rural areas. The purpose of the book is to analyse the dynamics and implications of vulnerability and risk to HIV in the rural socio-economic setting; to investigate on the basis of case studies whether agricultural/rural development projects address vulnerability and risk to HIV; to delineate how agricultural and rural development projects and programmes can play a catalytic role in reducing vulnerability and risk to HIV.
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Related articles
Agriculture and HIV/AIDS
http://www.undp.org/hiv/docs/alldocs/Asia%20-%20Agriculture%20and%20HIV-AIDS%20(2002).pdf
Poverty and HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa, UNDP HIV and Development Programme, Issues Paper No. 27
http://www.undp.org/hiv/publications/issues/english/issue27e.html

Contact: UNAIDS
Geneva,Switzerland
20 Avenue Appia, 1221 Geneva 27
(+4122) 791 41 65
unaids@unaids.org
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TAKE CARE OF THOSE YOU LOVE        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Non-formal education              
ASIA/PACIFIC -
ASIA/PACIFIC CULTURAL CENTRE FOR UNESCO (ACCU), TOKYO, 2002, pages 16
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English
This booklet targets extension personnel, trainers, youth and, in particular, those families which have a member affected by HIV/AIDS. It highlights the importance to integrate people living with this illness and the benefits they have staying at home in a loving environment.
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Related links
UNESCO HIV/AIDS
http://www.fao.org/hivaids/index_en.htm
UNESCO Web site
http://portal.unesco.org/en/ev.php-URL_ID=29008&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.html



Related articles
Caring for the infected and affected
http://portal.unesco.org/en/ev.php-URL_ID=33437&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.html

Contact: Rose Mbanga
Literacy and Non-formal Education
Basic Education
UNESCO
Paris,France
7, Place de Fontenoy 75352
Tel.: 33 1 45 68 09 90
r.mbanga@unesco.org

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TEACHER'S GUIDE FOR THE INTEGRATED WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE EDUCATION AND HIV/AIDS FOR GRADES 1 TO 7        
subjects:  Water     HIV/AIDS         
levels and types of education: Teachers' training      Non-formal education         
UNICEF ZAMBIA -
UNICEF ZAMBIA, LUSAKA, 2001, pages 59
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English
This is a psychosocial life skills teachers lesson guide, for grade 1 to 7, with a focus on water, sanitation, hygiene and HIV/AIDS education. In particular, it assists teachers in teaching hygiene education (personal, water, food and community hygiene), environmental education (sustainable environment and living in harmony at both local and national level) and HIV/AIDS facts (prevention, support, care for the affected and infected and making a living) in a participatory manner.
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Related links
School Health Tool Kit
http://www.schoolsanitation.org/index.html
School Health Tool Kit. Resources
http://www.schoolsanitation.org/Resources/index.html



Related articles
Learning to Grow up with a Sanitation Culture ¿ A Case Study Of The Nepal School Sanitation and Hygiene Education Programme
http://www.schoolsanitation.org/Resources/Readings/Nepal_Case%20Study%20Ban.doc
Toilet shortage and poorly hamper Kenya¿s free education
http://www.schoolsanitation.org/Resources/Readings/Kirimi_Kenya_2004.pdf

Contact: Lene Jensen
Energy and Water
WORLD BANK
Washington DC,USA
1818 H Street NW
ljensen@worldbank.org

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TRAINING AND RESOURCE MANUAL ON SCHOOL HEALTH AND HIV/AIDS PREVENTION        
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Teachers' training      Non-formal education         
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO) -
GENEVA, 2001, pages 103
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English
This book is intended to strengthen the teaching and advocacy skills of teachers and educators who are working to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS in their schools and communities. It contains learning activities, fact-sheets about HIV/AIDS, an overview on health education and life skills.
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Related links
UNICEF HIV/AIDS website
http://www.fao.org/hivaids/index_en.htm
UNICEF publications
http://www.unicef.org/publications/index_pubs_hivaids.html



Related articles
Young People and HIV/AIDS
http://www.unicef.org/publications/files/Young_People_and_HIV_AIDS.pdf

Contact: World Health Organisation (WHO)
WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION (WHO)
Geneva,Switzerland
20, Avenue Appia
+41.22.791.21.11
info@who.int

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WHO IS THE REAL CHICKEN?         
subjects:  HIV/AIDS              
levels and types of education: Non-formal education              
ASIA/PACIFIC CENTER UNESCO -
UNESCO, PARIS, 2002
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English
This booklet is aimed at youth living in rural areas. It covers the critical issue of HIV spread amongst younger generations. It shows how dramatic the consequences of an irresponsible sexual behaviour can be. The text manages to deal with this touchy subject without getting into delicate ethical, moral or religious considerations, but limiting the analysis to hygienical and medical implications.
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Contact: Mrs. Namptip Aksorkool
Human Development Department
Basic Education Team II
Basic Education
UNESCO
Paris,France
7 place de Fontenoy, 75007
Fax: 33.1. 45685626
n.aksornkool@unesco.org
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